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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - January 21, 1981, Cincinnati, Ohio_. It ii Ohia historical society 19s2 Val ave. My weco Luatt a Ohio 43211. Is. Iwami to place a classified and Cali 731-7170 by 3.00�?~pjpi monday display advertising amp news cad <sms34 a Wio circular ,m?4a00 15 30 re m Cincinnati suburban news papers inc mow be circulation or Nomof Blue Ash a Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hilt Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood jeer parse Rossmoyne Dillon Vale Ridgewood vol. Xxx no. 25 20c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday Jan. 21, 1981 trustees approve wage hike Sycamore budget set at $1,700,000 4415 Montgomery re. By Joyce Deitering budget and appropriations were top priority for Sycamore township trustees at the first meeting of the year held Jan. 15 at the Sycamore township government Center. 1 there were no major changes in the 1981 budget except for a nations for possible improvements including the Purchase of More land according to clerk Frank do Andrea. Total budget increase was about 1.4 percent Over the $1,675.000 budget of 1980. The budget for 1981, passed by trustees is $1,700.000. In other organizational work the Board reappointed township employees including superintendent Harry e. Jahnigen and the chief of fire and life safety Fred Benz. The Board increased the township employee wage rate 9 percent across the Board. Ken Schneider was reappointed attorney for the township and Mil Quot be paid $6,600 this year. The trustees discussed the need for crossing guards at All saints school Findlay and Montgomery roads near Moeller High school. Attorney Schneider reported that the principal of All saints sister Mary Delellis had requested action from the Board since the Hamilton county sheriffs office did not provide such services. Delellis also noted that Blue Ash provided crossing guards for ail of its schools. The Board was reluctant to provide the service because it Felt it would then have to offer the service to the other schools in the township. It did however pass a Resolution to petition the state for a walk Light to work in conjunction with the traffic Light. The Board also suggested that the schools Volunteer mothers groups Aid As crossing guards. A there is a walk Light at the Comer a Delellis said a but even so the cars done to always obey the crossing guards. Currently teachers Are taking turns acting As guards but they have other responsibilities superintendent Jahnigen reported to the Board on the physical condition of the townships property. Jahnigen also reported that an agreement had been made to acquire a parcel of land on Plainfield Road currently belonging to or. And mrs. Ray f. Greiner. The land will be used it r improved parking at Sycamore Park. An estimate of when the parking area would be finished could not be. Made until the township receives coed however Jahnigen quoted it would be finished in time for the easter egg Hunt in april or Denny Mckeown who was elected chairman of the Board reported that he had received complaints during recent snowfalls on the condition of Montgomery Road Between the cities of Montgomery and Silverton. The Board noted that the township did not have jurisdiction Over that Road and was prohibited from Clearing it except in emergencies. Trustees listed various reasons for the states failure to Clear the Road but added that they would discuss the matter with the Ohio dept of traffic when they go to late m Columbus january the Board appropriated $112,901 for the ser rices of the Blue Ash life squad. Sycamore townships Cost for 1981 is 56.89 percent of the total based on usage. Continued on Page 6 Louis Manning leaving bark school Deer Louis Manning by Perry Cooper v superintendent of schools Louis Manning will announce his retirement effective july 31> at tonight a Deer Park Community schools Board of education meeting. The Board has known of my plans for two years a a Manning said. A the successful passage of our operating Levy last fall cd men Ted every thing. Now i will leave no major problems behind Manning a resident of Rossmoyne served As Deer Park High school principal for 11 years. He was named superintendent in 1970 when Carl Crawford retired. A i have enjoyed my years at Deer Park a Manning commented. A the people have been lost houses Puzzle Amberley a citizen file refutes figures by Mary Ann Doherty a lost 20 housing units Amberley Village area. If found please Contact Village Amberley Village might want to place that and in an Effort to locate houses the Village seems to have a Between the 1970 and 1980 censuses. Chief of police Joseph Truesdell told Council at its first 1981 meeting that both the unit housing cd us it end the pop Olasion count Are Ipp. The preliminary census report shows Amberley with a population of 3,356. More than 500 people Short and a unit count of 1,261. Truesdell said he contacted the . Census Bureau to file a formal complaint. When a second enumeration was completed the figures were still inaccurate shortchanging the Village about 20 houses and 430 citizens. A a Twenty houses lost did someone steal or move them a Truesdell asked. The Amberley Village police dept keeps track of the population with what it Calls a a citizen in 1980 it showed 3,865 people were living in 1,261 housing units. Truesdell noted that problems the Village had with the 1970 figures were just the opposite they were a Over reported showing Amberley with a population of More than 4,700., those statistics compared to the 1980 census reflect a 29.5 percent drop in population. A the Village seems to have shrunk a Truesdell said a although to our knowledge none of the houses have been torn Down. Accurate census counts Are important Fer allotment of Revenue sharing. As one a Anncil member pointed out each resident represents $3. A count that a 430 people Short translates into a loss of $1,290 in Federal dollars for Amberley Village. In other business a mayor Arthur Fried Man announced Amberley Village a finished the 19804 year in the of the $989,319 in funds appropriated $959,948 97.5 percent was spent. Village manager Bernard Boraten said $1,095,954 has been budgeted for 1981. That appropriations ordinance was passed at the last Council meeting of 1980. A councilwoman Barbara Steinberg reported to i Wuicik that que programming originally for the first of january will be delayed until next month. A Council approved an insurance bid for the Village submitted by Harrison and Mayer insurance co. For $16,455 the company will insure the buildings grounds and vehicles throughout 198k a Council approved re Taining the services of Mcgill and Smith architects to draw up plans for a four Bay garage and an additional Salt bin at a Cost not to exceed eight percent of construction costs. Very Nice to me and have supported the schools very Manning said he Felt his major accomplishment As superintendent was reflected in the fact that the District has had a no major internal problems. The Board of education has had a Good relationship with the teachers and there have been no labor problems. Another major accomplishment dates Back to his Days As a principal when Manning proposed a joint vocational school in 1963. A although we were not successful at that time the groundwork we Laid then led to the formation of the great oak9 joint vocational District in 1968,�?� he recalled. A the addition of vocational. And technical training is the most significant curricular change in our area in the part 20 Post years Quot Manning added. In his Early years with the school District Manning saw enrolment grow. In recent years it has begun to shrink. Of this he said a we have adjusted to the decline in enrolment with few problems. A was 1 look Back Over my 22 years at Deer Park the one thing which stands out is the spirit of cooperation Between the citizens the Board of education and the school staff in meeting the needs of the Manning said he had no. Immediate plans but Hopes to work in some related Field following his official retirement in july. The Board of education has meanwhile begun its search for his successor. Applications must be received by March 15. With the new superintendent expected to be selected by mid april. Improper procedure cited Madeira election void drug program at High school a drug awareness program sponsored by the Indian Hill Pat will be presented Jan. 22, 7 30 . In the High school auditorium. Speakers will be District families from straight Midwest inc. Straight is a drug alcohol rehabilitation facility. The information presented will be helpful to Ages 9 through adult. Madeira voters May be asked to vote again on charter amendments approved in 1979. At least that is what Law director Tim Hogan plans to recommend Council do following an appeals court decision last week that declared the results of the election void because the City did not use the proper procedure to notify voters of the proposed changes. The changes lengthened the term of office for Council and mayor from two to four years limited the terms of elected officials to 12 years and provided for staggered Council elections. The changes were scheduled to take effect after the election november 1981. Tatien count Irnen p Douglas Oppenheimer filed suit a Airt the City at the Board of elections in october 1979 to Stop the election after the proposed changes were mailed to a a residents rather than each registered voters name. The appeals court decision reversed a lower court opinion that said Madeira was in a substantial compliance a a with the rules of the City charter and state Law. According to the opinion a constitutional provisions for mailing to the electors by name Are mandatory and that addressing copies of the proposed charter amendments to a a residents does not comply with those the mandatory the language of Madeira City charter and the Ohio revised code is Quot Clear and unequivocal a the opinion read. According to Hogan Council is considering asking the voters to approve several technical changes in the charter this year. These could possibly be added to the void ones and put on the ballot this year Quot so we wont lose any Moro time on this Quot he said. Oppenheimer said he is pleased with the decision. A this sets a precedent. No one has Ever challenged this Point before in Ohio a he said adding the decision makes Clear the letter of the Law from Indian Hill Kennedy height volunteers form Friendship link with prisoners awaiting parole by Perry Cooper helping prison convicts find a Friend in the outside world is the goal of Man to Man associates a nonprofit organization which includes members from Indian Hill inside m Page 2news maker Page 3mercy Hospital plans move a Page 4commissioners mull Kenwood Condo plan Madeira Law director named judge. Page 9braves Lead Ehl and Kennedy Heights. The organization was founded in 1965 by a minister turned Layman a Richard Simmons of Snohomish Wash. Troubled by the fact that 50 percent of americans sex convicts return to prison the idealistic Simmons discovered in the Early 1960s that the rate of recidivism in the Netherlands was Only about 10 percent. Simmons dug into the problem and found that the dutch had a unique Volunteer program which saved its nations penal system millions of dollars per year. The idea was to have volunteers show prisoners that someone still cared for them and would help them readjust to life in the outside world after parole. Reasoning that a similar program was needed in the ., Simmons formed Man to Man or woman to Ajo week sr$uxn2 woman associates. The program came to Ohio in 1970 and to Cincinnati a year later. The regional office is located at 5756 Hamilton ave., College Hill. Ruth Schwartz is the director. A we recruit train and counsel volunteers to go into prisons on a one to one basis a she explained. A the goal is to build a Friendship and help prisoners prepare for returning to the outside world. We work primarily with prisoners who have no or few visitors and Are eight to 14 months away from going before the parole 60ld Silvei coins a Sterling we buy Cash payment tits Market w the Burmm of Forest and Mummy a. In Nomoto 631-2112 Ort 7 crts m Mira Fri mar a we or tit i l pfc a it a a us. Is at of j 11 factory la outlet i jg0ssard lingerie special g Jug mini gown s3 pc open wed thru sat ? wire wow �?�#.1 Schwartz added that volunteers Are matched with prisoners who after parole will be living nearby so that the Friendship can last beyond the prisoner s stay behind bars. In Many cases a lifetime Friendship Losolis. On dec. 26, Milton Tugwell of Kennedy Heights began visiting his fifth prison the Man is serving time at Lebanon correctional Institute and until tug Well arrived the prisoner had had no visitors in four years Tugwell is a native of Jamaica who moved to the a Wundt is incl a lcnoi8 Rasas . In 1959. He became involved in Man to Man five years ago after hearing an announcement about the program Over the radio. A i wanted to help people a he explained. A i feel in be been blessed i love this country. I wanted to have a Way of giving that love Back to Tugwell said he finds it difficult to keep in close touch with his four previous a matches a but he helps them in any Way he can when they ask. One of the celebrated his release from prison with a drinking bout and promptly had nutria system All his Money stolen. He called Tugwell from a bus station and his Friend immediately drove to the station and gave him some Money. A i never heard from him again a Tugwell recalled a but now i think he realizes society is not against him like he used to think. He was in need and someone helped Chris Stephens of Indian Hill got involved in the program because he knew a specific prisoner he wanted to help. That match did not work out As continued on Page 6 i i i i Pho we 89 i 771 a 7539 Kenwood a a Rwy Westfi a win Woff a of Ich it. L a John boasts a i was a Between meals my _. I were always up and Best of All i lost my weight quickly without the Aid of never Energy funny pills or strenuous exercise. A a we j Wasai disc jockey John Marks loses 09 pounds with. Americans lea0ir0 weight loss program a Gall today for i a complimentary i to Ali Fiator i consultation Call today tri county 230 Northland blvd. Suite 210 772-0011 Kenwood 8050 Montgomery re. I hungry Levels Chris Stephens Milton Tugwell suite 105 891-8444 Kenwood / Silverton pay cel a so t1 v Bra
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